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8 Nights 9 Days

Adult Rate

₹ 224900

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1 Destination



Tokyo, Hakone , Kyoto, Nara, Osaka, Hiroshima

Tour Highlights

    • Fuji Shibazakura flower festival
    • Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route
    • Owakudani Rope way
    •  Mt Fuji
    •  SHIRAKAWAGO village
    •  Arashiyama bamboo forest
    •  Miyajima island
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    Japan, the most beautiful country in the world and we are visiting Japan in spring, the best times of Cherry bossom (Sakura) season, when there is little rainfall, skies are clear, and temperatures are mild. What’s more, the delicate cherry blossom of spring are visually stunning. The most famous and popular time to visit Japan is during spring to see the magical sight of the cherry blossoms in bloom. Fortune Tour,s Scenic Japan Tour begins.  Assemble at Kochi International Airport at 18.20 hrs. Check in starts at 18.30 hrs. After emigration and customs formalities Silk Air Flight MI 463 depart to Singapore at 21.20 hrs.

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    Welcome to Tokyo, the capital of Japan !!

    Tokyo, Japan’s busy capital, mixes the ultramodern and the traditional, from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic temples. Arrive Singapore International airport at 04.25 hrs. Later connect Singapore Airways Flight SQ 012 at 09.25hrs to Tokyo and arrive Tokya Haneda International airport at 17.30hrs. On arrival you will proceed to hotel. Free for leisure and leisure.  Dinner and overnight stay at Grand Nikko Daiba Hotel or similar.

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    Sensō-ji Temple
    Historic temple to the goddess of mercy 

    After buffet breakfast at hotel and soak in the sights of this magnificent Tokyo City on a guided city tour. The sight seeing will start from Sensoji, the historic temple to the goddess of mercy, a very popular Buddhist temple, built in the 7th century. Adjacent to the temple is a five-story pagoda, Shinto shrine, the Asakusa Shrine and here we can see many women in Kimono. Later visit Rainbow Bridge, Nakamise-dōri Shopping Arcade, Akihabara and Ginza., ,..etc.

    Tokyo Skytree
    Landmark of Tokyo
    Later vist Tokyo Skytree, the landmark of Tokyo is a huge television broadcasting tower and World's tallest freestanding broadcasting tower with an observation deck boasting 360-degree views. It is the centerpiece of the Tokyo Sky Tree Town in the Sumida City Ward with a height of 634 meters and it is the tallest structure in Japan and the second tallest in the world at the time of its completion. You will get a chance to get a bird eye view of Tokyo city from Tokyo Skytree.  

    After lunch view the Tokyo Tower(Photo stop) Standing 333 meters high in the center of Tokyo, Tokyo Tower is the world's tallest, self-supported steel tower and 13 meters taller than its model, the Eiffel Tower. It is the second-tallest structure in Japan. The structure is an Eiffel Tower-inspired lattice tower that is painted white and international orange to comply with air safetyregulations. A symbol of Japan's post-war rebirth as a major economic power, Tokyo Tower was the country's tallest structure from its completion in 1958 until 2012.

    Then visit Toyota's Mega Web if time permits. Mega Web is a giant Toyota showroom that shows off all of Toyota's latest models, car accessories and technologies. Attractions include test driving of cars (requires driving license valid for Japan) and a museum exhibiting cars from past decades. Later transfer to hotel. Later you transfer to Hakone, Fuji mountain area . Dinner and overnight stay in Tominoko or Motosu View Hotel, Fujikawaguchiko or similar   

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    Visit Fuji Shibazakura Festival 2020 to see the breathtaking view of Mt.Fuji!
    After the continental breakfast you will proceed to the Mount Fuji, in Japan. Mount Fuji is the tallest mountain in Japan, standing at 3,776 meters (12,380 feet) and is the single most popular tourist site in Japan, for both Japanese and foreign tourists. Discover the highest mountain in Japan on this delightful day trip from Tokyo to Fuji . More than 200,000 people climb to the summit every year, mostly during the warmer summer months. Mount Fuji has been a sacred site for practicers of Shinto since 7th century and comonly called “Fuji-san,” and it’s the country’s tallest peak, at 3,776 meters. A pilgrimage site for centuries, it’s considered one of Japan’s 3 sacred mountains, and summit hikes remain a popular activity. 


    Later we transfer to Hakon to visit Mt.Fuji, Lake Ashi.  Hakon is the montain range in japan within the vast crater of extinct volcano that features Mt.Fuji, Fuji-San and Lake Ashi. Lake Ashi also referred to as Hakone Lake or Ashinoko Lake, is a scenic lake in the Hakone area in Honshū, Japan. Take a short boat cruise on Lake Ashi for its views of Mt. Fuji, its numerous hot springs, historical sites, and ryokan and it is located on the Tōkaidō road, the main link between Kyoto and Tokyo. A number of pleasure boats and ferries traverse the lake, providing scenic views for tourists and passengers. Several of the boats are inspired by the design of sailing warships. 

       Hakone Volcano Tour

    After lunch you will transfer to Owakudani. Much of the area is in an active volcanic zone filled with sulfurous fumes and hot springs. We able to see Hakone Volcano if weather permits.  From Owakudani, there is a rope-way visitors can ride to get better views of the mountains (subject to the availability and weather permits). On a clear day, Owakudani is a great spot to view and take pictures of Mt. Fuji. In addition to riding the rope-way, eating Kuro-Tamago or black eggs are a popular Owakudani past-time. The eggs are hard boiled in the hot-springs, resulting in the black color from the sulfur. These eggs are so healthy, eating one is said to add seven years to your life. Only available in Owakudani, these eggs are a popular souvenir for domestic and international travelers alike. The ropeway has two sections: one from the Sounzan station to Owakudani station, the other from Owakudani station to Togendai station. The Owakudani station will take you to a little over 1000 meters above sea level during the ride from the bottom to top station. From top to bottom, the ropeway takes about 30 minutes to travel. Along the way, you can enjoy the view of Owakudani Valley, the famous active, sulfuric valley which heats many of the hot springs around the area. If you are lucky and visibility allows, you can also see Mount Fuji and Lake Ashi on the way down as well.


    Enjoy the scenic view of Mt. Fuji 
    Then we take you to Mt.Fuji 5nd station in for scenic view of Mt. Fuji which is unbelievable!. Enjoy the ease of comfortable transportation and a knowledgeable guide, who will accompany you to the revered Mt Fuji's 5th Station. This cable car brings you up the 220 meters to the observation point and offers fantastic views of the lake as you ascend and you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views and the perfect shot of Mount Fuji on a clear day. Mt. Fuji attracts hikers and climbers from the world over, and most of them start their ascents at the 5th station, halfway up the mountain. 


    Visit Shibazakura Flower Festival, one of the most exciting events in the spring in Japan! 

    Later you will get a chance to visit Shibazakura Flower Festival 2020 in Japan( suject to the availability). Shibazakura Flower Festival is the Flower Show in Fuji, Japan like the Tulip Festival in Amsterdam. Shibazakura is one of the most popular spring flowers in Japan. Visitors can enjoy an amazing contrast of pink flowers and the blue sky and mountain. 800,000 pink moss flowers are planted in a vast land of 2.3 ha on the base of Mt.Fuji. At the festival, 5 different colours of pink moss create colourful pink carpets in various designs and produces vivid patterns of pink, purple, blue, and white—all set against the backdrop of Mount Fuji The Mt. Fuji Delicious Food Festival is also held during the Fuji Shibazakura Festival with vendors selling pots of pink moss along with the usually festival food and assortment of local souvenirs. The festival is held for one month from 13th April to 26th of May 2020. Later we transfer to Matsumoto. Dinner and overnight stay in Matsumoto Buena Vista Hotel in Matsumoto.

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    After buffet breakfast at hotel, check out and drive to Shinano Omachi to experience the world famous Tateyama Kurobe Alphine route in Japan. The Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is known as the “Roof of Japan”. The route passes through the dynamic scenery of Mt. Tateyama in the Japan Alps. It is the heaven on earth and a unique and spectacular route through the Northern Japan Alps which is traversed by various means of transportation including variety of cablecars, trolley buses to explore the beauty of the place. Completed in 1971, the route connects Toyama City in Toyama Prefecture with Omachi Town in Nagano Prefecture. 

    On arrival in Shinano Omachi we head to Ougisawa Station by Coach. The main attraction of the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is the magnificent scenery of the Tateyama Mountain Range, part of the Chubu Sangaku National Park. Visitors can enjoy varying vistas during different seasons of the year. In spring, accumulated snow, especially around the upper sections of Midagahara and Murodo, form a majestic snow corridor whose snow walls reach up to 20 meters high. A section of the snow corridor around Murodo is open to pedestrians usually from mid April to late June. At 2450 meters above sea, Murodo is the highest point along the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, offering fantastic views of the Tateyama Mountain Range.

    The other highlights along the route are the single-span Tateyama Ropeway that provides great panoramic bird's eye views of the surrounding mountain scenery. We visit the beautiful mountain of Tateyama in different ropeways, cable cars trolly bus like Tateyama Ropeway, Tateyama trolly bus, tateyama Cable car. The Tateyama, is a mountain located in the southeastern area of Japan is one of the tallest mountains in the Hida Mountains at 3,015 m (9,892 ft) and, along with Mount Fuji and Mount Haku, it is one of Japan's "Three Holy Mountains"

    Alpnine Krobe Snow Wall Festival, the best phot spot !!

    Yuki no Otani (Snow Wall) is the highlight of Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route in spring. "Yuki no Otani" would be open from middle of April to late of June and you can walk along the walls during the festival. This snow wall is located in Murodo where is 2,450m above the sea level and it reaches about 20m some times. Of course, this is the best photo spot!! (Please note this event would be cancelled if the weather is bad.) It is not usually until July that all the snow has melted. The corridor can be seen from the buses that connect Murodo with Bijodaira. Furthermore, a several hundred meter long section of the road near the Murodo Bus Terminal is open for pedestrians to walk.
      After lunch we take Ougisawa-Kurobe dam by Tunnel trolly bus and visit Kurobe Dam. Kurobe Dam and lake is the prime attraction of the route with a height of 186 meters, is Japan's tallest dam and which is especially spectacular when it discharges water.  And continue Tateyama Kurobe Alphine route by Kurobe Lake-Kurobe Daira by cable car,  Kurobe Daira- Daikan bou by ropeways. Volcanic activity can be observed at the valley, although the trails in the area can get closed due to high concentrations of volcanic gases. Later we transfer to Bijodaira in Daikan bou-Murodo by trolly bus,Muurodo-Bijodaira by highland local bus, Bijodaira-Tateyama by cable cars. Later we meet a charter coach at Tateyama station and transfer to Toyoma. 

     Alphine Route Map

    The full Tateyama Kurobe Alphine route will be the prime attraction of the Scenic Japan Tour and you will get the chance  to explore the beauty of Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route  and snow corridor. Later you transfer to hotel dinner and overnight stay in at ANA Crown Plaza Hotel Toyama or similar in Toyoma, Japan.

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    Shirakawago, Japanese village Tour

    After buffet breakfast at hotel, check out and drive to Shirakawago village in Japan. Shirakawago is a small and very beautiful village located in Ōno District, Japan. It is best known for being the site of Shirakawa-gō, a small, traditional village showcasing a building style known as gasshō-zukuri and it is one of UNESCO's World Heritage Site. Here we visit the beautiful Ogimachi village.  Ogimachi is a beautiful Village in Japan contained 152 households and here all the houses are very different, the roofs are made from thick layers of reed. 
     Shirakawa-go is rather touristy, but it’s definitely worth to visit.

    On arrival in Shirakawagowe we hiked up to the viewpoint, strolled around the quaint little streets and along the small rice fields of Shirakawa-go village. You will get a chance to visit one more than 250 years old house in the village, Wada House. The Wada house is said to have been built in the mid-Edo period (1603-1868) and it also serves as a residence now. The lacquer ware and sericulture tools, manuscripts, etc. that were used in the Wada house are on display.The fireplace that is lit all year round is a great photo opportunity point, and you can also relax there. Here most of the farmhouses are separated from one another by plots of cultivated land and mostly constructed between the end of the Edo period and the end of the Meiji period. i.e. early 19th to early 20th century. All the ridges of these Gassho-style houses are aligned parallel to the Sho River, thus creating a unified and attractive village scene.

     Arashiyama Bamboo Grove is one of Japan’s most incredible sights. 
    Later we transfer to Kyoto. After lunch we visit Arashiyama Bamboo forest. The Arashiyama Bamboo forest is one of Japan’s most incredible sights. Located about 7km west of downtown Kyoto, Arashiyama is one of Kyoto’s most popular sightseeing districts. The heart of the district is the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, a mesmerizing grove of thousands of tall bamboo plants. A paved walkway runs through the middle of both sections, forming the famous “Bamboo Alley,” one of Kyoto’s most photographed sights. The combined length is about 500 meters, and the grove is about 140 meters wide. In the middle of the eastern section, near the main street, you’ll find Nonomiya-jinja Shrine, a popular Shinto Shrine, while on the southern edge of the western section, you’ll find the beautiful gardens and halls of Tenryu-ji Temple, one of Kyoto’s most beautiful Buddhist temples. Many people wonder about the meaning or purpose of the bamboo grove. As a matter of fact, it’s merely decorative. Arashiyama has been a favorite location of imperial and noble villas and temples from the days of classical Japan. 

    Later visit Togetsukyo Bridge. The Togetsukyo Bridge is Arashiyama's most iconic landmark. It was originally built during the Heian Period (794-1185) and most recently reconstructed in the 1930s. Built over Kyoto’s former commerce center along the Oi River – which literally translates to “Moon-Crossing Bridge” – is Arashiyama’s scenic landmark straight from a ukiyo-e painting. With a backdrop of fall foliage and full-blown cherry blossoms in the spring, this emblematic structure spans 155 meters – as if the wooden path would literally stretch to the moon. The poetic name was in fact inspired by the Emperor Kameyama, who witnessed a luminous moon rising above the upper reaches of the river, appearing as though the moon itself was crossing the bridge. Later we transfer to Kyoto. Dinner and overnight stay at Grand Prince Hotel or similar in Kyoto.

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    After an buffet breakfast at hotel to Gion District to visit Kiyomizu-dera. Kiyomizu-dera, is one of the most celebrated temples of Japan. It was founded in 780 on the site of the Otowa Waterfall in the wooded hills east of Kyoto, and derives its name from the fall's pure waters. The temple was originally associated with the Hosso sect, one of the oldest schools within Japanese Buddhism, but formed its own Kita Hosso sect in 1965. In 1994, the temple was added to the list of UNESCO world heritage sites

    Later visit Nijo Castle, largest and best preserved castle in Kyoto. Nijo Castle or Nijo-jo was built as the residence of the first Tokugawa shogun of the Edo Period. The castle is surrounded by stone walls and moats. The castle is especially popular in Japanese history. The castle served as the shogunate's residence during his visits to Kyoto. The Ninomaru Palace is the main attraction of the castle. It is very well preserved, and has intricately decorated ceilings, elegantly painted sliding doors, tatami (bamboo mat) floors, and "nightengale floors," which squeak when walked on. The purpose of those floors was to serve as an alert against intruders. The tour route guides visitors past many of the rooms in the castle, and different types of rooms used for different guests of the shogun are on display. Outside of the Ninomaru Palace is the Ninomaru Garden, which is a traditional Japanese garden. 

    Later we drive to Nara by coach. Nara is a spectacularly picturesque city which is second only to Kyoto for the richness and beauty of its temples, shrines and gardens. Here we visit Todaiji Temple & Nara Park. Nara Park is a public park located in the city of Nara, Japan, at the foot of Mount Wakakusa. Established in 1880 it is one of the oldest parks in Japan. The park is one of the "Places of Scenic Beauty". While the official size of the park is about 1,240 acres, the area including the grounds of Tōdai-ji, Kōfuku-ji, which are either on the edge or surrounded by Nara Park.

    Osaka Castle and Park
    After lunch we transfer to osaka and after lunch we visit Osaka Castle and park. The Osaka Castle Park is just one of the many places in Japan that offers venue perfect for viewing picnics during hanami season. The 10-day deluge of cherry blossoms sets off a wave of delight among the locals, who celebrate the temperate weather and gorgeous sights with cherry blossom picnics. Osaka Castle, completed in 1586, was ordered built by famed Japanese warrior and politician Toyotomi Hideyoshi and was, at the time, the largest castle in Japan. Highlights include the five-story, 42-meter-tall main tower containing a great museum with exhibits related to the history of the castle and the city and it also offers superb views over Osaka from its upper floors.  

    Umeda Sky Building – Floating Garden

     Later we visit the Umeda Sky Building, a stunning landmark consisting of two office towers joined at the top by a large platform-like structure. It's this rooftop structure that draws visitors, due largely to the network of bridges and an escalator, which join the two towers, providing plunging views of 170-plus meters that send shivers down the spines of those sensitive to heights. The views from the rooftop observatory and garden - aptly named the Floating Garden Observatory - are simply stunning. Afterwards, be sure to wander the urban garden at its base with its pleasant paths, fountains, and ponds, as well as a fun underground market designed to resemble early-20th century Osaka. Later transter to hotel. Dinner and overnight stay at Sheraton Miyako Hotel or similar at Osaka.


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    Bullet Train from Osaka to Hiroshima

    After an buffet breakfast at hotel, check out and transfer to train station to take Bullet Train to Hiroshima . Hiroshima, a modern city on Japan’s Honshu Island, was largely destroyed by an atomic bomb during World War II. On arrival you will see  the historical highlights of Hiroshima on a comprehensive full-day tour, led by a knowledgeable guide.


     Here we visit Hiroshima Peace Park and Atomic Bomb Dome and feel emotionally stirred by the magnificent Hirsohima Peace Memorial Park and Museum, in which intriguing exhibitions speak eloquently of the atomic bomb dropped on the city in 1945. This building, which was once an exhibition hall, is the only structure near the explosion’s center that survived in any capacity. The surviving skeleton has been maintained as it was left by the bombing, and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. This close to ground zero, it is miraculous that anything survived a blast that was equivalent to dropping 15,000 tons of TNT.  The blast disintegrated everything within a one mile radius of its center, and caused destruction in a five mile area – essentially 2/3 of the city. The ruin of the hall serves as a memorial to the people who were killed in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on 6 August 1945. Over 70,000 people were killed instantly, and another 70,000 suffered fatal injuries from the radiation and we will see Genbaku Dome, one of the few buildings that was left standing near ground zero. Her we also visit the Hiroshima Memorial Peace Park. Before the war, this area was described as the lively shopping and entertainment center of Hiroshima. The park has many memorials, monuments and sculptures, but the centerpiece is the monument that covers a cenotaph inscribed with the names of all those that died from the nuclear bombing. Behind the cenotaph memorial is the Peace Flame which has burned continuously since 1964 and will not be extinguished until all threat of nuclear bombing has been eliminated.


    Children’s Peace Monument
    Her we visit the Children’s Peace Monument. It was built with the contributions from 3200 Japanese schools and nine countries. At its base is a plaque that reads: “This is our cry, this is our prayer: for building peace in this world”. 
    The monument is dedicated to all the children that died as a result of the bombing. The story behind the design of the Children’s Peace Monument is even more touching. The sculpture is that of a girl holding a crane and is based on the real life story of Sadako Sasaki. Sadako was two years old when the atomic bomb was dropped over Hiroshima and lived a little over one mile from ground zero. She and her parents survived the blast, but at the age of 12, she developed leukemia as a result of the radiation from the atomic bomb. In the hospital Sadako learned of the Japanese legend that promised that a wish would be granted to anyone that folded 1000 paper origami cranes. Her wish was for a world without nuclear weapons. One version of the story says that she only managed to make 644 paper cranes before she died on Oct. 12, 1955.  The story goes on to say that her classmates went on to make 1000 paper cranes which were buried with her. Today, many come to this monument to donate paper cranes as a continuing symbol for the desire for peace.


    Explore the serene setting of Miyajima, widely regarded as one of the most scenic destinations in Japan!

    After lunch we transfer to Miyajima Island and visit Itsukushima Shrine and floating red Torii. A boat leaves from Motoujina Pier and will reach Miyajima Island. Miyajima Island, one of the most scenic spots in Japan, has long been regarded as an Island of Gods on the beautiful Seto Inland Sea. Discover one of the most scenic spots in Japan when you visit Hiroshima prefecture's Itsukushima Island. It is a romantic and historical island where Itsukushima Shrine, a World Heritage site, is located, along with the Virgin Forest of Mt. Misen, and numerous preserved shrines, temples and historical monuments. This place is famous for red Torii (red shrine gateway standing in the sea), one of the features that make this one of the three most scenic spots in Japan in any season. It is most famous, which at high tide seems to float on the water. The sight is ranked as one of Japan's three best views. People strongly believe that it’s “home of God”  Visit Miyajima Island and experience the most amazing spiritual gateway in Japan.  Besides the iconic "floating" torii, Miyajima, as the island is more popularly known, has numerous attractions to see. Explore UNESCO World Heritage Itsukushima shrine and admire the five-story pagoda. Visit Daishoin Temple at the base of Mount Misen before hiking up to the peak for beautiful views of the surrounding Seto Inland Sea. This island has long been considered one of the top three scenic spots in all of Japan and boasts more tourists each year than Disneyland. Later we return to hotel. Dinner and overnight stay at Grand Prince Hotel or similar in Hiroshima.

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    Return Home with Wonderful Memories

     After an buffet  breakfast you will transfer to Hiroshima International airport for your return flight to India. After emigration and customs formalities Silk Air Flight MI 867 depart to Singapore at 10.25 hrs and arrive Singapore International airport at 15.45hrs. Later connect Silk Air Flight MI 468 to Kochi at 20.00 hrs and arrive Kochi International airport at 22.00hrs with sweet memories of Fortune Tour’s Japan Cherry blossom Tour.



Continental buffet breakfast at hotels. Lunch and Dinner will be in International, Japanese, Mexican and Indian.

Return economy class airfare in Silk air and Singapore Airways rates included.
Bullet train charges and Japan visa cost included. The decision of the Consulate of Japan will be final and we will not be responsible for any denial of visa. The visa fees and other expenses will not be refunded at any circumstances.

All hotels will be of 4 Star Premium standards.
Multi Axle airconditioned coaches for transfers and sightseeings. 
All entrance tickets and variety of Cablecars, Trolley buses, Ropeways cost included

A professional, friendly, caring and well experienced malayalee tour manager will accompany the tour and the service of the local tour guides will be provided in all cities.

The tour cost includes travel Insurance upto 70 yrs., Airport taxes, Tips to the driver and guides, Mineral water and service tax.....etc. and no optional and extra tour expenses incurred.


    Any expenses of personal nature like telephone charges, porterage, laundry expenses, excess baggage charges beverages, mini bars and anything not mentioned in the itinerary.


Package Cost and Dates

Adult Rate : ₹224900

 Adult Rate : USD 2100   + Rs.77900 ( Rs. 2,24,900 - approx.) 
Single Supplement Cost  : USD 2900   + Rs.77900 ( Rs. 2,80,900 - approx.) 
Child without : USD 1600   + Rs.77900 ( Rs. 1,89,900 - approx.) 
 Infant Rate ( 0 years – 02 years) : Rs. 75000/- 

*The rate quoted is on the basis of 1 US Dollar @ 70 Rupees. The fluctuation in the exchange rate will reflect in the total tour cost. 

Next Package Dates : 16 May 2020, 07 June 2020

Terms & Conditions

The rate quoted is on the basis of 1 US Dollar @ 70 Rupees and the fluctuation in the exchange rate will reflect in the total tour cost. A person below 11 years is considered as child and above 11 years as an adult.   Extra expenses will be incurred for changing the route due to any unforeseen circumstances, forced majeure instances, natural calamities, political disturbances, flight delays, strikes etc and due to illness, accident, hospitalization or any Individual unforeseen cost incurring incidence. No refunds for any unused services.   Tour cost is based on minimum 30 passengers travelling together in the group and If there is a drastic fall in the number, then the offered tour cost, meal plan, vehicle and other services may change accordingly and the difference amount has to be borne by the passenger.   Twin and triple charges will be the same. For single passengers, you should share room either on twin or triple sharing basis depending on the bookings. Tour tariff is based on departure from Cochin. Tourists boarding from other airports and returning on different dates and aiports that not mentioned in the itinerary have to pay additional expenses including airline difference, airport transfers, hotel stay… etc.   The company reserves the right to postpone or cancel any of the tours advertised, without assigning any reason. In that case, money paid by the tour participant will be fully refunded but no compensation claim will be entertained.  Due to certain unavoidable circumstances, the Company reserves the right to change / modify / vary and alter the tour itinerary if it becomes necessary. In such changes, compensations or claiming of refunds by the guests will not be entertained by the Company for limitation and also for the non- availability of certain services with entry tickets, restaurants, sightseeing shopping etc. even though included in tour itinerary. Air-conditioning, central heating and other facilities are provided by the hotels depending upon various factors including weather / climatic conditions..etc.   Company takes care to select hotels and book the same on behalf of tourists at convenient locations subject to the availability.  In case of non-availability of rooms in same hotel, Company has the right to split the accommodation in different hotels.   As a Tour Operator, the company does not have any control over Airlines, Coach Companies,  Hotels, Local Transport provided by the third parties. The company is not responsible for the delays or deficiencies in the services provided by outside agencies. Also please note that the company does not have any control on schedules of opening and closing timings of the tourist attractions and we will not be responsible for the cancellation of sight seeing points due to bad weather and other reasons.   Fortune Destination Management India Pvt Ltd will not be responsible for any damage caused to the hotel rooms or coach from the guests and shall be payable by the passengers.  Any disputes arising in respect of the tour shall be subject to Ernakulum Jurisdiction.


Cancellation Policy

A cancellation charge of 50% of the tour cost will be applicable for the passengers cancelling before 15 days of departure and 100 % of the tour cost will be levied as the cancellation charge within 14 days prior to the departure.

Period of Cancellation

Cancellation Charges

15 Days before departure

50% of the Tour Cost

Within 14 days prior to departure

100 % of the Tour Cost

Payment Terms and Conditions





Booking advance




First Installment  



Before japan visa submission

Final Payment


Dollar 2100

before 15 days of departure



Dollar 2100



The itinerary can change without notice due to unavoidable circumstances beyond our control such as political unrest, natural calamities, traffic regulations, etc.